Breast Cancer News
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In our five-part series, we are highlighting experts in treating breast cancer that has spread to common sites: brain, bones, liver, and lungs, as well as common sites of lobular breast cancer metastasis.
Potassium bromate is a possible human carcinogen added to the flour of many packaged baked goods.Potassium bromate is banned in several countries, including Brazil, Canada, the European Union and the United Kingdom.Despite health concerns, potassium bromate is legal...
The stage of your cancer when it‘s diagnosed indicates how advanced it is, how aggressive, and what treatments will work best.
If you’re planning on using a wig for hair loss due to chemo, here’s what you need to know about choosing the right one before your hair starts falling out.
If you’re scheduled to have a mastectomy or breast reconstruction surgery, here’s everything you need to know about setting up your home for a smooth recovery.
vCancer survivors have a higher risk of developing cardiovascular disease, including heart failure and stroke, than people with no history of cancer.
Scientists have revealed that a key molecule in breast and lung cancer cells can help switch off the cancers' ability to spread around the body.
"Breast cancer centers with clear financial benefits from increased mammography rates may wish to reconsider offering recommendations that create greater referral volume but conflict with unbiased evidence-based USPSTF guidelines and have the potential to increase...
But despite more than 20 years of warnings from public health advocates, exposure to the chemicals remains almost impossible to escape – particularly for the people of the Cape Fear River basin.
In the study, people with advanced cancer—including those near the end of their life—who had routine visits from a CHW in addition to usual care over a 6-month period were much less likely to be hospitalized during that period than patients who received usual care...
Information about federal health insurance programs that may cover some costs associated with clinical trial participation.
When you or someone you love has been diagnosed with cancer, you’ll encounter new terms and phrases that make sorting out what’s going on confusing. We’ve got you covered. Source: Cancer Terms Explained | Everyday Health
TCHP is a type of combination chemotherapy that treats early-stage breast cancer. It consists of four medications that doctors administer intravenously. These drugs help to kill or slow the growth of cancer. However, they may also cause side effects such as nausea,...
A surprise diagnosis, a treatment plan that went sideways, and saying goodbye to my boobs.
A new City of Hope study shows that endocrine-disrupting chemicals called parabens have an outsized effect on breast cancer risk in Black women compared to white women